The latest move by Planned Parenthood, in conjunction with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), to force the state of Maine to allow non-doctors to perform abortions, is just another example of how feminists are putting women’s lives at risk.
Two popular young scientists, Gregory Brown and Mitchell Moffitt, aka “Greg and Mitch” – who also happen to be a same-sex couple – produced a new video in which they put forth a list of scientific “facts” about why having children is a really bad idea for anyone who wants to be healthy and happy in this life.
A former Planned Parenthood worker recently called into a Christian radio station to ask if God could ever forgive her for working in an abortion clinic and gave a very disturbing testimony about what really happens to pregnant women who walk through those doors.
A new cartoon series aimed at teens that presents the onset of puberty in the most vulgar and graphic way possible is about to debut on Netflix – unless we do something to stop it!
The After School Satan Club in an elementary school in Tacoma, Washington was forced to shut down when only one child joined.
At a time when the disgraceful antics of college-aged “snowflakes” are giving young people a bad name, this 18-year-old teen from Sacramento, California defied that image by having the courage and goodness of heart to return a wallet full of $1500 in cash!
A new HBO series, The Deuce, which is based on the story of the legalization and rise of the porn industry and airing during prime time, is causing outrage across the nation for its explicit sex scenes.
Faithful souls everywhere are rallying to the side of Elise Charbonette Angelette, the mother of five children from Louisiana who was just diagnosed with Stage Four metastatic breast cancer of the brain which is her third bout with cancer.
Four college students who were attacked with acid at a train station in France are reaching out with compassion and forgiveness for their assailant who is said to be suffering from mental illness.
A prominent researcher who has been studying generational differences for decades says that the introduction of the smartphone into the lives of America’s teens is producing a generation of seriously unhappy people.